Call Now On: 07888 912579
29/07

Bounce Back Exercise attends the Sport Parkinson’s Try-athlon

  On Saturday 24th July, Sport Parkinson’s hosted it’s first ever Summer Try-athlon. This was a day for the Parkinson’s Community to come together and try a huge range of different activities. From football and walking netball to painting and aerobics, there was something to everyone.   I was delighted to attend the event at […]

Read More…

28/05

Exercise and Me – Teddy

  A huge well done to our member of the month: Teddy! Teddy joined Bounce Back in July 2020 to receive support with his exercise. He is always ready for a challenge and has shown significant improvements in all his test exercise scores including more than doubling his score in the sit to stand test and tripling […]

Read More…

31/03

Parkinson’s Exercise – Which exercise is best?

  Although exercise may not be a cure for Parkinson’s, it has been shown to be one of the most powerful treatments. Exercise can help people manage symptoms and side effects and research has shown it can be effective in slowing down the progression of the disease. But the question still remains as to which […]

Read More…

24/02

The Benefits of Resistance Training – Research Zone

  Resistance training commonly known as strength or weight training refers to any exercise that involves you lifting or pulling against a resistance. This includes exercises with dumbbells, resistance bands, machine weights or your body weight.   Recent research looks at the benefits of resistance exercise and aims to understand more about ways we should […]

Read More…

24/01

Exercise and Me – Nick

  A huge well done to our member of the month: Nick!  Nick joined Bounce Back in June 2020, training twice a week in one-to-one sessions and he has recently joined the group classes.   Despite the challenges Nick has faced including his Parkinson’s side effects, Achilles tendonitis and various knee problems, he continues to […]

Read More…

04/09

Exercise Tips to Improve Posture in People with Parkinson’s

  Parkinson’s disease affects the control of automatic movements. As a result, people with Parkinson’s often suffer from disturbed gait, impaired balance and decreased postural responses. It is important to try to maintain an upright posture. Poor posture can lead to an increased risk of falls, neck and back pain, a reduced range of movement […]

Read More…

Find Out More

    Not sure? Sign up to receive your free Bounce Back Exercise Health guide

    Call Now On: 07888912579 | Email Beth